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Dorian Mintzer, American psychotherapist. Certified in clinical social work National Registry Health Care Providers, licensed clinical psychologist Massachusetts. Member of National Association of Social Workers, American Psychological Association (associate), AK Rice Institute, Society Research Child Development, American Orthopsychiat. Association, American Association Mental Deficiency, Boston Center Study Groups and Social Systems.

Background

Mintzer, Dorian was born on February 19, 1946 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Oscar A. and Minna (Giffen) Mintzer.

Education

Bachelor in Social Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, 1968. Master of Social Work with honors, U. Pittsburgh, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Smith College, 1979.

Group worker Association Retarded Citizens Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 1970-1972. Chief social worker development clinic Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1972-1975. Research associate child development unit Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, 1977-1978.

Clinical consultant Learning Therapies, Inc., Newtonville, Massachusetts, 1977-1981. Research associate social work and child psychiatry Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1980-1982, also private practice psychotherapy, Boston and Newton Centre, Massachusetts, 1977^. Lecturer Allegheny Community College, 1971-1975.

Instructor U. Pittsburgh, 1970-1975. Lecturer in psychiatry Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 1983^. Certified National Registry Health Care Providers in Clinical Social Work.

Licensed clinical social worker, licensed clinical psychologist, Massachusetts.

Career

Group worker Association Retarded Citizens Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 1970—1972. Chief social worker development clinic Children's Hospital, 1972—1975. Research associate child development unit Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, 1977—1978.

Clinical consultant Learning Therapies, Inc., Newtonville, 1977—1981. Research associate social work and child psychiatry Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1980—1982. Private practice psychotherapy Boston and Newton Center, since 1977.

Instructor University Pittsburgh, 1970—1975. Lecturer Allegheny Community College. Lecturer psychiatry Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School, since 1983.

Membership

Member of National Association of Social Workers, American Psychological Association (associate), AK Rice Institute, Society Research Child Development, American Orthopsychiat. Association, American Association Mental Deficiency, Boston Center Study Groups and Social Systems.